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Finally some closure for Ray Rice and the Ravens?

On Tuesday, the Baltimore Sun reported that Ray Rice received $1.588 million from the Baltimore Ravens as part of his grievance settlement. Rice was seeking $3.529 million, but since he wasn’t able to play in the remaining regular season games that followed his initial two-game suspension, the hopes for that money went out the window rather quickly. Rice’s rocky relationship...
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Report: Ravens paid Ray Rice nearly $1.6 million in settlement

If Ray Rice never plays in the NFL again, he reportedly got a nice send-off. The free-agent running back who was released by the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 8 after a video surfaced showing him punch his then-fiancée in the face in a casino elevator, received $1.588 million from the team as part of a settlement in January, the Baltimore Sun reported on Tuesday. According to the Sun...
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Ravens settle grievance, pay Ray Rice $1.6 million

After the Baltimore Ravens released running back Ray Rice this past season, the former second-round pick made it clear that he wasn’t happy about the actions of his former organization. Claiming that he was unfairly released following his domestic violence case, Rice filed a grievance against the Ravens, who gave the former Pro Bowler $1.688 million to settle. Some might be unhappy...
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Le'Veon Bell could face up to a four-game suspension

Pittsburgh Steelers’ running back Le’Veon Bell is expected to be suspended the first two games of the 2015 NFL season stemming from a DUI arrest last August. Bell, who was driving the vehicle, admitted to smoking marijuana after being pulled over by the police. He is currently serving a 15-month probation term as a punishment for the DUI. The NFL’s Substance Abuse Policy...
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Ray Rice “I See Why People Commit Suicide” Now Hopes to Play for “Anybody”

Former Baltimore Ravens’ running back Ray Rice hasn’t worked with the NFL since 2013. After having his suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy overturned last November, Rice found himself a free agent who did not draw an ounce of interest from any of the NFL teams last year. … The post Ray Rice “I See Why People Commit Suicide” Now Hopes to Play for...
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Ray Rice understood why people commit suicide

Ray Rice felt so low during the fall as he became one of the most notorious figures in the country that he says he understood why people commit suicide. Rice opened up in an interview with The Baltimore Sun in which he talked about a range of topics. Reading it, you begin to have some...Read More
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Ray Rice doesn’t deserve a second chance

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice — who knocked out his fiancé (now wife), Janay, in a brutal attack in a casino elevator more than a year ago — should never again play in the NFL. He’s a thug who doesn’t deserve a second chance. 
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Ray Rice addresses domestic violence case, his future & more

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is attempting to latch on with another team after a drama-filled year that saw him exiled from the NFL following a disturbing domestic violence case. We already know about Rice’s situation and what led to his fall from grace, so there’s no real reason to rehash that. However, the free-agent running back did speak on a multitude...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens’ GM Would be Happy if Ray Rice Got Another Chance

While the Baltimore Ravens have made it clear they have no intention of signing players with a background of domestic violence, general manager Ozzie Newsome expressed that he would like to see running back Ray Rice receive another chance to play in the NFL (via The Baltimore Sun). I don’t know what 31 other teams are thinking, I think we’ll find out probably before April whether...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice reportedly gets $1M offer from fantasy football site

Ray Rice reportedly has an offer in hand, though it doesn’t entail an NFL return.     Rice received a $1 million contract offer from a fantasy football website hoping to sign the former Baltimore Ravens running back as a spokesperson, according to TMZ Sports. The offer from reportedly is for a one-year job that pays a $500,000 base salary and includes another...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

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